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Will the Raiders pull off the upset needed to get their train back on track after a season marred by off-the-field distractions, or will the Cowboys exact revenge on the Raiders for their loss to the Chiefs, just as they did the Atlanta Falcons after being humiliated by the Denver Broncos a week earlier? Hold on to your turkey and stuffing because this is going to be a long one.
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The Chiefs teed off on Prescott’s blindside without Tyron Smith, resulting in eight hits and five sacks for the two-time Pro Bowl quarterback.
With the perennial All-Pro back in uniform, everything on the left side of the Cowboys’ offensive line, including Connor McGovern in only his second start at left guard, begin to fall into place.
This will not only help Prescott stay upright and focused on throwing downfield, but it will also assist Ezekiel Elliott and Tony Pollard carve lanes in the run game.
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It will put even more pressure on a Raiders secondary that has failed to take the ball away this season and is part of a defensive unit that ranks 25th in points allowed (26.2 average).
The availability of CeeDee Lamb, who suffered a concussion against the Chiefs on Sunday and is fighting an uphill battle to be available against the Raiders, is the biggest question mark for the Cowboys offence.
However, there is hope that Lamb can clear concussion protocol in time (stay tuned).
What Lies In The Future Of The Teams?
If he’s also out, the Raiders’ secondary will have an easier time dealing with Cedrick Wilson Jr. and Noah Brown, who have both showed they can step up and play big but are coming off of a game on Sunday in which they both dropped two crucial passes.
One thing is certain: Carr will require assistance from his defence if he is to have a shot in Arlington. In all but one of their ten games, Las Vegas has given up more than 20 points, at least 27 in five of them, and a combined 73 in their previous two.